Tulungen Indonesian Library Project
We received this thank you and update from the Tulungens!
The newest library was just blessed in Indonesia. The pictures show a little bit of the ceremony.
We also held a garage sale and raised $300 for the library. Johnnes’s mother was able to take back with her enough money to buy the first computer for any of the libraries! It will be housed in the library in the attached pictures.
We are so excited, wanted to share, and say thank you again to the congregation at Robinson for the continued support of the libraries. It is with Robinson’s support that the project has continued to move ahead.
Mondays 1:30 PM—September 21
Join our ongoing peer-led bible study. It will resume, in mid-September, but you can start your planning now. We work from the Wired Word, which is e-mailed to participants (though we can print it out for people who don’t have computers), and from other books.
For both our newcomers and returning participants, we’ll start using “Psalms, Prayers of the Heart” by Eugene H. Peterson when we resume. We have ten copies of the books in the church office, and the books are $5.00 each.
Join us we work to better understand ourselves, our world, and our God.
The Jerome family house in Uganda was dedicated 26 October 2014. This was built by LECAU with funds by RMPC and with a little help from the RMPC Mission travelers.
Great turnout at the Jones’ for the annual Youth Pumpkin Carving!
The October 2014 Church Newsletter has been posted online.
They can be found under the Happenings menu / Newsletter link at the top of the page.
Newsletters for previous months will be posted soon.
Thank you to everyone who donated to support this year’s Greater Syracuse CROP Hunger Walk. With your help, we raised $495 this year. Our team had a nice time walking with the other churches at Onondaga Lake Park on a brisk Fall day. Even though the walk is over, you can still make a secure online donation at our Robinson team page. Your gift can help save a life!
The young adults are raising funds for a mission trip to help the ongoing ministry of Kinyamaseke, Uganda. The children, helped by the young adults, are looking forward to weekend mission trips in the region.
All proceeds from the Tribute Courtyard will be used in support of youth mission, and events for both fellowship and service.
About the Courtyard
The Robinson Memorial Presbyterian Church Tribute Courtyard will welcome everyone at the main entrance to the church between the sanctuary and the education building. It is the perfect opportunity to honor the memory of a loved-one, to pay tribute to a good friend, or to become a permanent part of the Robinson Family. This project is an initiative of the Robinson Youth Ministry. Funds will be used to help send Robinson Memorial Youth on their upcoming mission trip to Uganda, and other Youth Ministry projects.
Courtyard Brick Order Form and Brochure
Did you know we have a mission outreach offering high-level, non-medical help in your home for seniors and busy professionals in the Westvale area? Services include errands, grocery shopping, meal preparation, housecleaning, laundry and linen changing, transportation, as well as companionship.
Check out Syracuse Home Care today!